We organize this event to support the nanofabrication community and to facilitate the exchange of experience and know-how, which would help the whole field to progress. This event is open to anyone who would like to learn about state-of-the-art micro- and nanofabrication.
Online conferences have overtaken the scientific community because safety comes first. And even though we all had too many online meetings in the past year and miss face-to-face discussions, online conferences are still helping to reduce our carbon footprint and travel costs, are more affordable and easier to align with family.
Our computers still consume electricity despite our best effort as a research and engineering community, so even an online-conference impacts the environment. To offset that impact, Heidelberg Instruments will donate 10 Eur to an environment protection initiative for each participant who shows up for the talks.